The @Ultramarines40K account is a small one, but it’s getting a lot of attention today as the perfect example of why Chick-fil-A shouldn’t have caved to the outrage mob and agreed not to donate to Christian charities like the Salvation Army. We all know that nothing will ever be enough, and here’s just one example of what we knew was coming: if Chick-fil-A really wanted to set things right, it would donate to LGBT organizations.
Okay, thats great, whatever, #ChickFilA no longer donating to homophobia and transphobia is fine but if they /really/ about it, they can donate that same money to LGBTQ+ communities and orgs
(A quick thread) pic.twitter.com/jZ8UpBtmwi
— Ultramarine Chapter Master (@Ultramarines40K) November 18, 2019
We’ll skip the quick thread, which simply identifies a number of LGBT organizations, like the Equality Federation, which tackles issues like “immigration, reproductive rights, workplace equality, and anti-trans bathroom bans.” Or how about the Pride Fund to End Gun Violence, which supports candidates “who will act on sensible gun policy reforms while championing LGBTQ+ safety and equality”?
Lmao, enjoying trying to appease these people @ChickfilA. You've just opened Pandora's Box.
— Davis F (@DavisF_SC) November 18, 2019
Like I said, “Now there’s blood in the water…”
— John Regan 🇺🇸🇮🇪🏴 (@jregan11) November 19, 2019
So you feel that the new causes they support don’t deserve help? You are so selfish and heartless. Listen to yourself.
— Maurice (@SUPxMAURICE) November 18, 2019
They could also just not donate to anything and keep making the best fast food joint in America?
— Michael Poff (@itspoffy) November 18, 2019
Or, and hear me out, we can just drive them out of business.
— Chabranigdo (@chabranigdo) November 18, 2019
LOL! @ChickfilA wanted to stop the harassment, not cut their jugular.
— Chloe the Bulldog (@BulldogChloe) November 19, 2019
Eat ‘em alive. I don’t care anymore. 🤡🌎
— 𝔹𝕖𝕖 🐝 (@infobee) November 18, 2019
Never, ever, never give in to gay bullies.
— That Guy (@AlaskaNorseman) November 19, 2019
Why they hell do they have to donate to LGBTQ?
— The Special Forces Dog (@ForcesDog) November 19, 2019
It's not enough that they've completely caved to leftist bullies? Now you're complaining they didn't go far enough?
— BeavsFan (@FanBeavs) November 19, 2019
Oh, do shut up, Mr. 282 Followers.
It’s a delicious sandwich and plenty of gay people work there.
— ThomRog1621 (@ThomRog1621) November 19, 2019
As someone said, its never enough.
– Lie about the organization until they stop donating to Christian groups that help the homeless.
– Claim its not enough, they now need to donate only to their specific charities.
— CKent (@CKentDP) November 18, 2019
They're donating money to the homeless now. Stop being so entitled.
— The Hedonist (@HedonismGaming) November 19, 2019
How woke do you have to be to hate the Salvation Army? 🙃
— Beau Geste (@BeauGeste11) November 19, 2019
This is why you never give into outrage culture…
— sj (@lost10rage) November 18, 2019
— BigJim (@BigJimNC55) November 19, 2019
Anything else you want?
— Bob 🏴🇬🇧 (@BowesRob) November 18, 2019
— Sandy Parker (@RHWOOBsandy) November 19, 2019
Extortion is the Left’s main tactic.
— Just a nobody, lurking (@BorderColliePop) November 19, 2019
Or maybe take the victories you can and stop saying "It's not enough" every single time someone does something you like.
— Monstercloud9 (@Monsterclowd) November 18, 2019
It's never enough with victimologists
— Jennifer Flowers (@Jennife01893749) November 18, 2019
Knew that was coming.
— Darius McClintock (@DariusMcClinto2) November 18, 2019
The Salvation Army.
They stopped donating to the Salvation Army.
You're literally harming homeless people.
— LordWoodstoneAlt (@AltWoodstone) November 18, 2019
How dare they donate to such hateful orgs like the Salvation Army. I mean what kind of sick people actually help those in need regardless of race, religion or sexual orientation. 🙄
— Kim (@kymberleigh_m) November 18, 2019
And this is why you never give woke lunatics an inch of ground.@ChickfilA You just screwed up.
— Martian Orthodox🌲☦️ (@MartianOrthodox) November 19, 2019
Better idea. How about they unbend the knee and stand back up against your bigotry?
— Qriist (@Qriist) November 19, 2019
Nope, no more “controversial” charities like the Salvation Army.
Chick-fil-A no longer donates to controversial Christian charities after LGBTQ protests https://t.co/KBcNtonHFJ
— CNBC (@CNBC) November 18, 2019
Now, quick, name one LGBT organization CNBC would characterize as “controversial.”
‘They are being bullied for their beliefs’: Chad Felix Greene goes to bat for Christians after Salvation Army targeted https://t.co/pFZvT04kDz
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 18, 2019